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Hall participation remains high despite guaranteed two-year stay

There may be less need for first-year students to participate in hall activities to keep their residency, but this has not stopped students
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Follow-up measures after LT1 ceiling collapse

Lecture theatres have been inspected and given the all-clear; safety check of buildings done regularly
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Pioneer Hall food court to reopen end-September

The new food court will offer a range of local cuisines and vending machines dispensing hot food
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More shared e-scooters on campus by year-end

SMRT, JTC and NTU partner with local start-up Telepod to encourage shift from personal cars to shared transportation
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Motorcyclist injured after collision with taxi at EEE

A taxi collided into a motorcycle near the carpark at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) at around 12.45pm today
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An orientation camp with a difference

Tamarind Hall’s pioneer batch of students overcame the odds to spearhead the hall’s first-ever freshmen orientation camp
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Food for thought: Tackling food waste in NTU

National Geographic Emerging Explorer Tristram Stuart dishes on how to make NTU a zero food waste campus
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Internships boost students’ employability amid rising unemployment rates

Two in three students from NTU’s Class of 2017 found employment before graduation, even as unemployment rates rise due to structural changes
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First batch of PPGA students graduate

The inaugural batch of 71 students from NTU’s PPGA programme have attained their degrees
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Rise in parking rates draws mixed reactions from students

Some are upset, but others say it means a greater availability of parking lots
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New initiatives at NTU Fest 2017

Students welcome new changes at NTU’s biggest event of the year held on campus for the first time
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NTU starts Russian language elective; to offer Swedish, Latin next semester

Russian is the latest language offered by NTU; Swedish and Latin to be rolled out next semester
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High rent at North Spine Plaza leaves stores high and dry

Tenants in the North Spine Plaza struggle with high monthly rental and poor business during the holidays
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Thai cafe takes over Spruce Bistro at WKWSCI

Thai restaurant Sukho Thai Cafe replaces Spruce Bistro at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information.
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WKWSCI looks forward as it celebrates silver jubilee

WKWSCI celebrates its silver jubilee this year — and reflects on how it can continue preparing students for a rapidly changing media industr